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Meaning of Zul'Edit
The prefix "Zul'" when applied to a person's name or title is a term meaning "voodoo master" in jungle troll culture.
The meaning of "zul" in other contexts and syntax, such as place names or by itself, is unknown. It occasionally appears as a suffix or infix, however its unclear how that form changes the definition or context of the word.
- Cities and regions
- Zul'Aman, Ghostlands
- Zul'Dare, Baradin Bay
- Zul'Drak, Northrend
- Zul'Farrak, Tanaris
- Zul'Gurub, Stranglethorn Vale
- Zul'Kunda, Stranglethorn Vale
- Zul'Mamwe, Stranglethorn Vale
- Zul'Mashar, Eastern Plaguelands
Usages missing the ' glottal stop, mini-pause or 'Okina.
It is speculated that there are other meanings for the word.
- Zul may mean "Great", hence "Zul'jin" would mean "Great Chief" and "Zul'Gurub" would mean "Great Gurub" or "Great City of the Gurubashi".
- Zul may also be a troll god, hinted by Altar of Zul in the Hinterlands, though it could also mean "Altar of The Great" following the above statement.
In fact, these two explanations may not be in conflict. Historically the Urgatic term "Ba'al" and the modern English term "Lord" have also been applied both as substitutes for the names of deities, and titles given to important people.
Each of these ideas essentially apply the English linguistics system onto troll language. We do not actually know how the troll linguistic system works, however. In the troll language, Zul could have more than one meaning based on context and syntax.